ART for The World presents
A film conceived, developed and produced by Adelina von Fürstenberg
Screening and conversation with the filmmakers
18 October 2022, from 4 pm until 6.30 pm
as part of the Festa del Cinema di Roma


On 22 April 1970, The First Earth Day marked the birth of the modern environmental movement. Since then, in various parts of the world, civil society has increased its commitment to tackling issues on climate change, pollution, deforestation and water, alongside broadening public and in particular young generation consciousness of animal abuse, and endangered species. In order to continue its participation in the global effort to increase awareness of these primordial issues, ART for The World has produced INTERACTIONS, a long feature film production incorporating 12 original short films, each on bonds and interactions between Nature, Humans, Animals Life, Ecosystems, Environment, Climate Change and Water, each influenced by behaviours considered essential to the spirit, health and well-being of both Humans and Animals. World premiered on 17 October at the Rome Film Festival, INTERACTIONS is conceived, developed and produced by Adelina von Fürstenberg, founder of ART for The World, international art curator and independent film producer, who wanted to pay tribute to the memory of African filmmaker Idrissa Puedraogo by including his last iconic short film The Chameleon in INTERACTIONS


The artists and directors participating in this film production, selected from all over the world, are: Faouzi BensaÏdi (Morocco), Clemente Bicocchi (Italy); Anne De Carbuccia (France/USA), Takumã Kuikuro (Brazil/Amazonia), Oskar Metsavaht (Brazil), Eric Nazarian (Armenia/USA); Yulene Olaizola E Rubén Imaz (Mexico); Bettina Oberli (Switzerland); Nila Madhab Panda (India); Janis Rafa (Greece/Netherlands); Isabella Rossellini (USA).


INTERACTIONS is an ART for The World’s production under the auspices of the UN Biodiversity Conference CBD COP15 (Montreal, Canada) and WAAS (World Academy of Art and Science); benefits of the support of its international donors such as the Global partner DDC (Swiss Direction of Development and Cooperation/Ministry of Foreign Affairs) together with the International Secretariat of Water (Canada); the Main Partner GAIL (India); the Partners such as Cariplo Foundation (Italy), SESC (São Paulo), Osklen and Instituto e (Rio de Janeiro), Voice Over Foundation (Milan), One Planet One Future (Milan), and more. 


The screening will take place in the Auditorium.
No booking required.
Free entrance until capacity reached.